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    Introducing OpenSearch

    From the AWS Open Source Blog: Today, we are introducing the OpenSearch project, a community-driven, open source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana. We are making a long-term investment in OpenSearch to ensure users continue to have a secure, high-quality, fully open source search and analytics suite with a rich roadmap of new and innovative functionality. This project includes OpenSearch(derived from Elasticsearch 7.10.2) and OpenSearch Dashboards (derived from Kibana 7.10.2). In addition, the OpenSearch project is...
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    Open Distro for Elasticsearch 1.13.2 is now available

    We are delighted to release Open Distro for Elasticsearch 1.13.2 including general availability of Trace Analytics functionality. This release also resolves a bug related to several issues in index management. Open Distro for Elasticsearch 1.13.2 includes the Apache 2.0-licensed Elasticsearch and Kibana 7.10.2 as well as functionality for alerting, anomaly detection, performance analysis, security, SQL/PPL, k-NN and more. You can get started by visiting our Getting Started & Downloads page.
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    Data Prepper enhancements for monitoring and horizontal scalability

    We are pleased to announce a beta version (0.8.0-beta) of Data Prepper is available for download and includes enhancements for new monitoring metrics and horizontal scalability. Data Prepper receives trace data from the OpenTelemetry collector, and aggregates, transforms, and normalizes it for analysis and visualization in the Trace Analytics Kibana plugin. We have previously announced alpha availability of Trace Analytics on Open Distro for Elasticsearch. You can get the latest version from the Getting Started...
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    Getting involved with ODFE-CLI

    Open Distro for Elasticsearch Command Line Interface (ODFE-CLI) is a tool that lets you manage your Open Distro for Elasticsearch cluster from the command line and automate tasks. This CLI was designed to have one binary for all Open Distro plugins as well as support for Elasticsearch core commands, allowing you to use a single tool to perform Elasticsearch operations as well as configure, manage, and use Open Distro plugins. ODFE-CLI is written in golang...
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    Introducing Asynchronous Search in Open Distro for Elasticsearch

    We are excited to announce the release of Asynchronous Search APIs in Open Distro for Elasticsearch version 1.13.0. The regular Search API in Elasticsearch allows you to search across datasets using a query request that waits to obtains the entire result set from the shards before returning a response. However, for large data sets, spanning many shards or multiple clusters, or against warm indices, the query may take long to return the result, often resulting...